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Set of twelve German silver fish knives & forks (800), WT 1096 g

An English sterling silver fiddleback part cutlery set, 1838-1875, various makers, including: eleven dessert spoons, London, 1875, JW&Co for Josiah Williams & Co & London, 1838,3 MC for Mary Chawner, nine teaspoons, Exter, 1865, JW&JW for J

Extensive set German sterling silver cutlery, total of 185 pieces, marked 800, with settings for 12. Including knives, forks, and spoons for dinner, entree and fish etc, and an additional 16 serving pieces. Total weight of all pieces, 9,372 grams approx, w

An American silver 51-piece cutlery set, consisting of eight each dinner knives and forks, dessert spoons and forks, teaspoons, coffee spoons, along with a jam spoon, butter knife and cake slice, in the Damask Rose pattern, 2400gms including knife blades

An American silver cutlery set, by Rogers, Lunt & Bowen, 'Mount Vernon' pattern. Comprising: table knives (12), table forks (18), dessert spoons (12), dessert forks (13), teaspoons (9), coffee spoons (12), butter knives (12), fruit forks (13),

A fiddle thread & shell pattern silver flat Ware set for six William Chawner /, circa 1830-1836, comprising six large table spoons, six entree spoons, six entree forks, six table forks, six knives, six teaspoons, four egg spoons, sugar tongs, fish serv

Provincial English sterling Siver fork, in fiddle and thread pattern, total weight 48gm

Canteen of sterling silver cutlery, hallmarked Sheffield, 1981, Charles Boyton & Sons, Chippendale no. 5 pattern, setting for six, includes table forks, entree forks, butter knives, table knives, teaspoons, table spoons, soup spoons and serving spoons,

Set of six George III sterling silver table forks, hallmarked London, 1807, Eley fern & Chawner, in fiddle and thread pattern, with monogram, total weight 511 grams (6)

Set of six William IV sterling silver dessert, forks, hallmarked London, 1830, William Eaton, in fiddle pattern, total weight 323 grams (6)

Set of six Edwardian sterling silver dessert forks, hallmarked London, 1916, Donald Fraser, in fiddle pattern, total weight 308grams (6)

George III Paul Storr sterling silver dessert fork, hallmarked London, 1817, Paul Storr, in fiddle pattern, total weight 54grams, length 17 cm

Thirty four pieces sterling silver flatware, Kings pattern, including 6 each entree forks && dinner forks;6 each soup spoons && dessert spoons;6 tea spoons, and four condiment spoons. Various makers, but the majority of Victorian dates. Tot

Pr Edwardian sterling silver serving spoon and fork, Sheffield 1906, makers Mappin & Webb. Kings pattern Length 32 cm (each) Wt. 380grams (total).

Five sterling silver entree forks, fiddle pattern,1 hallmarked Sheffield 1912, maker Joseph Rodgers & Sons, the other four hallmarked London 1906, 250grams

A set of six Georgian and Victorian sterling silver table forks, 19th century, London, various makers, Wc, Hs, Ga, a set of heavy gauge thread edge fiddle pattern forks, hallmarked underside, silver weight 522gr. Length 19.5 cm, and smaller

Six Georgian Scottish sterling silver dinner forks with the Adams Family crest, 1816 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for William & Patrick Cunningham, two with rubbed marks, fiddle pattern forks engraved to the finials with a crest and cross marked &#

A Crisp set of Victorian dessert forks, London, with maker's marks for Robert Stebbings, fiddle pattern thread edged forks, hallmarked underside to terminals, silver weight 343gr. Length 18 cm

A set of six Georgian and Victorian sterling silver table forks, 1832 and 1838 London, with makers' marks for Adey Bellamy Savory (four), and Richard Britton (two), the fiddle pattern forks, all with armorials underside to the terminals, a bull's h

Georg Jensen Tuja pattern 182 piece flatware set, design by Magnus Stephensen, in good used condition, marked Georg Jensen, other notes, comprising, 26 table knives, 19 entree knives, 22 butter knives, 17 table forks, 14 entree forks, 18 fish forks, 8 cake

A Victorian silver fish slice and fork by the Levesley Brothers, Sheffield 1860, each with pierced and engraved foliage bird and butterfly on ivory handles longest 31 cm, This item has received Cites approval for sale within Australia. Please note your con

A German silver fancy pattern part cutlery suite by Lowenthal comprising six table spoons, eight table forks, six dessert spoons and five dessert forks, approximately 1400 grams

Two boxed sets each of twelve pairs of Indonesian silver floral design spoons and forks and a set of six teaspoons, 20th century, 2000 grams

Ten Georgian sterling silver dessert forks, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, London hallmarks comprising of 5x crested spoons 1826 (William Eley II), 2x 1820 (William Eley & William Fearn), 2x 1819 (William Eley & William Fearn) and 1x 1822 (Franc

Ten George IV crested sterling silver dinner forks, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1826, comprising of 9 by William Eley II and 1 by Charles Eley, 20 cm long 923 grams

Early Victorian 47 piece suite of cutlery fiddle, shell and thread pattern, comprising, eleven tablespoons, (and two other similar, but different maker), six table forks, six table knives, six butter knives, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, and five

Canteen of George V sterling silver cutlery feather edge pattern, comprising, six table forks, six tablespoons, six dessert forks and six dessert spoons, sauce ladle, Sheffield, 1922, by Walker & Hall and twelve bone handled knives together with pair o

Late Victorian sterling silver suite of cutlery double struck Kings pattern with engraved crest, comprising, twelve table forks, six tablespoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks and twelve tablespoons

Set of six Georgian sterling silver table forks, hallmarked London 1834

Peruvian sterling silver 'Imperial' cutlery setting comprising eight main forks, eight main knives, eight soup spoons, seven entree forks, eight entree knives, eight dessert spoons, nine teaspoons, eight coffee spoons & one serving fork, Lima, maker Camuss

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II cutlery setting for eight persons comprising eight main forks, eight main knives, eight butter knives, eight soup spoons, eight entree forks, eight entree knives, eight fish forks, eight fish knives & eight t

Pair of Victorian sterling silver fish servers, hallmarked Edinburgh 1852, makers James Howden & Co, including matching knife and fork. Mongrammed, Wt. 346g approx.

Georg Jensen 'Acorn' sterling silver cutlery set, for 6, comprising of 3 types of forks, 3 types of spoons, 2 types of knives a small ladle and pair of mustard spoons, 51 pieces in total, marked Georg Jensen Sterling Denmark

Four Continental silver table spoons and four Continental silver forks, c. 1830

Sterling silver trefid knife, fork and spoon set, London 1896

Rosenthal Versace 'Medusa silver' cutlery setting for six persons decorated with the signature Medusa head, comprising six dinner forks, six dinner knives, six dessert forks, six dessert knives, six dinner spoons & six dessert spoons, with original individ

Rosenthal Versace 'Medusa gold' cutlery setting for six persons decorated with the signature Medusa head, comprising six dinner forks, six dinner knives, six dessert forks, six dessert knives, six dinner spoons & six dessert spoons, with original individua

A 19th century silver 12 place double struck King's pattern cutlery service, various dates and makers, complete with 14 steel bladed table knives, 12 tablespoons, 12 table forks, 12 dessert spoons, 12 dessert forks and 12 teaspoons. Weight 4460gms excludin

Six George IV sterling silver dinner forks, fiddle and shell pattern, hallmarked London 1820 (William Chawner II), 20 cm long, 478 grams

Set of 12 Tiffany & Co sterling silver forks, fiddle, thread and shell pattern main course forks circa 1867, pattern 1871, stamped 'Tiffany & Co Sterling Pat 1871 ', 20 cm long, 973 grams

Six Victorian sterling silver dinner forks, with fiddle, thread & shell handles, 5 hallmarked London 1873 (Chawner & Co (George William Adams)), the other London 1841, 621 grams